The healthcare industry has always been a pillar for society, and it is now going through a historically unprecedented transformation. To help it grow, Microsoft is reimagining personalized care and helping accelerate its digital transformation.
At the beginning of 2022, Microsoft launched Azure Health Data Services. This is a platform as a service (PaaS) designed exclusively to support Protected Health Information (PHI) in the cloud, built on the global open standards Fast Healthcare Interoperability (FHIR), and Digital Imaging Communications in Medicine (DICOM).
Microsoft’s specialists are deploying technology that can ingest, transform, and persist data, allowing customers to use their data to span workflows from discovery research to clinical endpoints. In addition to this, it enables engagement in activities like novel biomarker identification or virtual clinical decision support, among other things.
The amount of data healthcare professionals deal with is unbelievable, it ranges from combining cellular assay or pathology data, to molecular imaging, genomics, and more. The goal of Azure Health Data Services is to enable users to derive insights from a single system of record.
This will not only improve and optimize the user experience for patients, but also for research and clinical workflows. Scientists and clinicians will gain faster contextual evidence to support their early discoveries and experience less to no burnout or information overload.
Azure Health Data Services is meant for enabling users to do more with their health data. Microsoft is working on providing more solutions that are optimized for Azure, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, and Azure Health Data Services.
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